In Hollywood, Justin Bieber may be trying to distance himself from accusations he launched an egg attack on his neighbor, but his alleged prank has late night comics cracking up.
CNN's Jeannie Moos has all the yokes and the jokes.
New video from the crash of Asiana flight 214 reveals new insight into how first responders may have killed a 16-year-old survivor by running over her with a fire truck.
The video, obtained by CBS News, shows the chaos and confusion as emergency workers arrive at the scene and identify the body of Ye Meng Yaun.
Asiana crash video: Firefighters saw injured girl before she was run over
Another show shows a firefighter warning others about her body lying on the ground.
The San Francisco Fire Department initially claimed the teen was accidentally run over because she was covered in foam, but this new video appears to challenge that assertion.
OutFront: Rocco Chierichella is a 911 first responder and a retired New York City Fire Fighter.
One week after being tortured to death in a New York City apartment, the family of 4-year-old Myls Dobson has finally come forward to claim the little boy's body.
Myls met his tragic fate last week after he was bound, gagged, beaten, burned and starved by his caregiver.
New York criminal complaint details torture and death of 4-year-old boy
His father at the time was in jail and his mother, unaware of what was taking place because she had lost custody of her son back in 2012.
There continues to be outraged over the government's failure to protect children like Myls Dobson.
OutFront: Tony Herbert is advising the Dobson family and Mel Robbins is a former legal aid criminal defense attorney.
A&E's hit show returns less than a month after Robertson's controversial comments on gays landed him a suspension and sparked outrage among gay rights activists.
Only that suspension turned into nothing more than a slap on the wrist after Christians and conservatives hit back hard...accusing A&E of attacking their values.
CNN's Tom Foreman is OutFront.
How do you define the term 'thug'?
Last week CNN's Don Lemon reported on the story of a toddler in Omaha who police said demonstrated the so-called "thug cycle".
Following the coverage of the 'thug cycle' video, Lemon posed the question "Is thug a racist term?"
OutFront received an overwhelming amount of response on social media, including a tweet from Rapper Slim Thug, which said, "F-you Don Lemon."
During the segment Lemon showed images of Slim's album covers and after the piece ran here on CNN, he appeared on a radio show where the hosts asked him how he defined the term "thug."
Slim Thug The Madd Hatta Morning Show:
Host: When you think thug, Slim Thug, give me what your defi-… I got the Tupac definition, his is just, you know, a person going through struggles, has gone through struggles and continue to live day-by-day. You know, you know, just trying to make it. When you think of a thug for you, Slim Thug, you think what?
Slim Thug: I think the same thing, man because, like, really, I’m a big ‘pac fan. I probably got thug off of him, you know, growing up listening to him. And that’s where I was, uh, introduced to that. That’s probably where my name came from. So, I feel the same way that he felt, coming from nothing to something.
OutFront: Rapper Slim Thug.